Straight off of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, this tender bourbon chicken is covered in a slightly sweet sauce with a little kick. It's a true taste of the South you won't be able to resist.  There's even instructions for making it in the slow cooker! You can't get any easier than that!!

Straight off of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, this tender bourbon chicken is covered in a slightly sweet sauce with a little kick. It's a true taste of the South you won't be able to resist. There's even instructions for making it in the slow cooker! You can't get any easier than that!!

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A good batter is what sets fried catfish apart, and this New Orleans Fried Catfish recipe is one you'll make often. With just a couple of ingredients, it's done!

A good batter is what sets fried catfish apart, and this New Orleans Fried Catfish recipe is one you'll make often. With just a couple of ingredients, it's done!

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New Orleans Gumbo with Shrimp and Sausage - my take on Gumbo! This recipe makes even the roux from scratch and is absolutely perfect to let simmer for Sunday supper! #gumbo #cajun #creole #shrimp #mealprep | Littlespicejar.com

New Orleans Gumbo with Shrimp and Sausage - my take on Gumbo! This recipe makes even the roux from scratch and is absolutely perfect to let simmer for Sunday supper! #gumbo #cajun #creole #shrimp #mealprep | Littlespicejar.com

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This traditional New Orleans recipe was handed down by my mother. Made from scratch, the simplicity is what makes it delicious and a favorite in homes and restaurants. Just remember to always used Louisiana crawfish tails, NEVER Chinese crawfish! Many people think that New Orleans food is spicy hot, but that's not true. Many tourist area restaurants over-spice their foods, thus giving Cajun food a wrong image. Real New Orleans cooks season their dishes with the Holy Trinity, (onion, celery…

This traditional New Orleans recipe was handed down by my mother. Made from scratch, the simplicity is what makes it delicious and a favorite in homes and restaurants. Just remember to always used Louisiana crawfish tails, NEVER Chinese crawfish! Many people think that New Orleans food is spicy hot, but that's not true. Many tourist area restaurants over-spice their foods, thus giving Cajun food a wrong image. Real New Orleans cooks season their dishes with the Holy Trinity, (onion, celery…

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